sec
sec(x)
Compute the secant of x
, where x
is in radians
Examples
julia> sec(0)
1.0
julia> sec(pi/3)
2.0000000000000004
julia> sec(pi/2)
6.123233995736766e17
julia> sec(pi)
1.0

Compute the secant of 0:
julia> sec(0) 1.0
The secant of 0 is 1.

Compute the secant of π/3:
julia> sec(pi/3) 2.0000000000000004
The secant of π/3 is approximately 2.

Compute the secant of π/2:
julia> sec(pi/2) 6.123233995736766e17
The secant of π/2 is a very small value close to zero due to floatingpoint precision limitations.
 Compute the secant of π:
julia> sec(pi) 1.0
The secant of π is 1.
Note: The secant function operates on radians, so make sure to convert angles from degrees to radians if needed.
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